Karnataka: Now, asking to let Hindus to pray at Srirangapatna mosque

Lined up at the Gyanvapi mosque in Varanasi, members of a discussion board named right after Key Minister Narendra Modi have contacted Karnataka’s Mandia regional federal government to seek out permission for Hindus in Praying at a mosque, which they assert stands on the ruins of a Hanuman temple.

Developed all around 1782 for the duration of the reign of Tipu Sultan, Jamia Masjid in Srirangapatna, about 120 km from Bangalore, is a website taken care of by the Archaeological Survey of India (ASI). It also operates a spiritual college.

Mission member Narendra Modi Vichar Manch Point out Secretary CT Manjunath fulfilled with Deputy Commissioner Mandya and introduced a memorandum in search of permission for Hindus to pray in mosques.

“Written evidence from Tipu Sultan’s letter to a Persian ruler acknowledging that there was a Hanuman temple right before the building of the mosque Hindu inscriptions on the pillars and partitions assistance our position. We inquire the federal government to let Hindus in the mosque pray.”

Previous Karnataka minister KS Eshwarappa, who just lately resigned following his name appeared in the FIR adhering to the suicide of a contractor, claimed that even Muslim leaders admitted that a temple existed in advance of the mosque was fashioned. “About 36,000 temples have been demolished/destroyed in the course of the Mughal rule. We will acquire back all the temples centered on the Supreme Court ruling with no any difficulty,” he claimed.

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